Agile vs traditional project management – part 4

“Retrospective’ another common term used in Agile projects. it refers to the meeting held after every iteration to discuss how did we do in the past iteration. it’s not related to the quality of the product but rather related to the quality of the our process.
We discuss what we did good in the past iteration, what we did bad and how to fix it.
It’s some sort of “lessons learned” meeting.
In traditional projects, we gather lessons learned through out the project for the benefit of the future projects.
The beauty of retrospective meetings unlike traditional projects is that we benefit from the results of the retrospective right away in the following iteration. It’s the highest benefit ever from the lessons learned meeting: it’s the same product, the same team and the same customer..the same everything.

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